Enzymatic Therapy has begun distributing Heartburn Free, which it claims is the first heartburn product to contain orange peel extract (OPE).
The company said that recent tests had shown OPE, or more specifically, a key ingredient called d-Limonene which naturally occurs in citrus and a wide variety of other plant species, can prevent occasional heartburn, greatly reducing the number of occasional heartburn incidents.
There are currently two schools of thought on how OPE works to combat heartburn. On the one hand, OPE is thought to promote healthy peristalsis, the way in which the body moves food and fluids from one place to another.On the other, OPE is also thought to work as a surfactant, reducing the surface tension of the liquid contents in the stomach.
Enzymatic Therapy said that the studies had shown that OPE could give immediate relief for occasional heartburn but that long term use of the extract over a period of 20 days or more could provide long-lasting relief. Additional research is ongoing to determine just how long the positive effects last, the company said.
Heartburn Free is a 20-day preventative regimen which the company said had been proven in clinical trials to provide relief to nearly 90% of participants by day 14.The OPE used in Heartburn Free is standardised to contain a minimum of 98.5% d-limonene.
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